“James is recognized by Ethisphere Magazine as one of the 100 most influential ethical business leaders.”
James is a frequent commentator on the subjects of conflicts of interest in government and nonprofit organizations, corporate social responsibility, and the broader and fundamental responsibility of nonprofit organizations and businesses to influence civil society. For a list of articles, refer to publications on this page.
Watch this video of James’ commentary on Ethics and Art for Big Think.
In addition to designing programs and teaching, James is co-founder and co-director of the Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) at Rutgers Business School. Watch A Journey Through Ethics to learn how the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School’s work contributes to the public good.
James’ opinion pieces cover topics such as the ethics of university administration, corporations, congress and the environment, arts, culture, and compensation.
In addition to his affiliation with Rutgers Business School, James teaches arts management at the graduate school program of arts and media management (IKM) at the Free University of Berlin and for four years was on the graduate faculty of the University of Bologna, School of Economics, teaching arts management in the GIOCA program. James is also an Advisor to the International Arts Management degree program offered by SMU, HEC in Montreal and Bocconi in Milan. James was also on the faculty of the Corporate Social Responsibility program offered jointly by the Washington Regional Association of Grant Makers and Johns Hopkins University.
More information on the Institute for Ethical Leadership may be found at www.business.rutgers.edu/iel.
Contact James’ about ethical questions regarding
business, nonprofits, governments, and arts.